New Release: Introducing Rebel’s Knot

It’s publication day! Rebel’s Knot has been released into the world! This is the third novel in my standalone series, The Quest for the Three Kingdoms, and features the conflict in Ireland during the final days of the Irish resistance against the English invasion. As with the first two books, Rebel’s Knot is a standalone romantic adventure that can be read even if you haven’t read the others (but I hope you will).

For a limited time, Rebel’s Knot is available at the special publication price of 1.99 worldwide and across all retailers. 

About Rebel’s Knot

Ireland 1652: In the desperate, final days of the English invasion . . .

A fey young woman, Áine Callaghan, is the sole survivor of an attack by English marauders. When Irish soldier Niall O’Coneill discovers his own kin slaughtered in the same massacre, he vows to hunt down the men responsible. He takes Áine under his protection and together they reach the safety of an encampment held by the Irish forces in Tipperary.

Hardly a safe haven, the camp is rife with danger and intrigue. Áine is a stranger with the old stories stirring on her tongue and rumours follow her everywhere. The English cut off support to the brigade, and a traitor undermines the Irish cause, turning Niall from hunter to hunted.

When someone from Áine’s past arrives, her secrets boil to the surface—and she must slay her demons once and for all.

As the web of violence and treachery grows, Áine and Niall find solace in each other’s arms—but can their love survive long-buried secrets and the darkness of vengeance?

To read a little about my research in this era, check out Rambling Through 17th Century Ireland. Keep posted for more historical articles.

In the meantime, get to know my main character, Niall O’Coneill, through this fun “job interview” for a position in Annie Whitehead’s fictional company. She transcribed the interview and made it public. To read the interview, click on this link. Would you hire Niall?

And now, off I go to celebrate! I’m off to crack open the bottle of Jameson that I carried all the way from Dublin, with a broken hand no less. I can’t think of a better way to celebrate publication day. I even have my writing assistant Sofia waiting for me in the writing cave. 

Sláinte!

3 Comments

  1. Good luck with Rebel’s Knot!

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